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Consular Processing

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There are generally two paths to obtaining a Green Card:

  • Adjustment of Status is the process for those who currently reside in the U.S.
  • Consular Processing is the process for those outside of the U.S.

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Consular Processing

First, an individual must apply and be approved for the proper visa type. The visa does not permit permanent residence in the U.S. it simply establishes a qualifying relationship. Only after the visa has been approved and the applicant has received a visa number can an individual obtain a permanent resident status (Green Card).

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Robinson Kirlew & Associates can help you navigate the process. Contact us at info@robinsonkirlew.com.

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